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    knowledge is power irishpixieb's Avatar
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    Talking BBC's The Adventures of Merlin

    I know I'm behind like four or five years, but I'm deep into the BBC's family friendly version of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. What I was wondering was how close the episodes are to the myths. They seem pretty dead-on to me, but I'm no expert in King Arthur myths. What do ya'll think?

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    The just Chris1991's Avatar
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    Well some things are changed to accommodate being more family friendly
    Mordred's origin is the best exemple , he is Arthur and Morgana's illegitimate child,Merlin helping Uther by making him look exactly like Gorlois to have a night with Igraine as a result Arthur is born

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